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Old 03-25-2021, 11:11 AM
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Same as the Robinson thread, one per day, and let's see how long we can play. I will start with one of my childhood cards:

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One of my favorite players.

This one's at PSA right now. Anyone want to guess the grade? I'm hoping for a 6.

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The core of my collecting interest! This will be fun. The hard part will be only 1 per day!!

Okay. Hmm. Where to start.

How about a rare 1957 Pirate Team issue. Still shaking my head as to how/why it was graded a 2!
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A recent pickup.
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A couple of odder ones, and a rook...

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My favorite card in my collection. Apologies for the glare.


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The core of my collecting interest! This will be fun. The hard part will be only 1 per day!!

Okay. Hmm. Where to start.

How about a rare 1957 Pirate Team issue. Still shaking my head as to how/why it was graded a 2!
Don't feel bad. Mine is graded a PSA 2 also, it looks like a 5 or 6. Here is my favorite. It came from Woody Gelman's collection.

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My Father sent me this Clemente for Christmas in 1985 while I was stationed at Torrejon AB Spain and will keep forever..
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My Father sent me this Clemente for Christmas in 1985 while I was stationed at Torrejon AB Spain and will keep forever..
Amazing memory. Thank you for serving.
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Here s the favorite one I own. A real missing yellow ink printing error. It is a bad picture and looks WAY better in hand with very vivid colors.
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From my 1971 set binder...

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Perhaps a little off topic, but its a great tribute to Clemente. I was recently in our local Dodge dealership in Daytona Beach, Florida. The owner of the dealership is from Pittsburgh and is a Pirates and Clemente fan. In 2107 he purchased the 1972 Special Edition 440 Magnum Dodge Charger, one of only 800 constructed, which was given to Clemente for winning the 1971 World Series MVP. He restored the car and its on display with a fantastic car cover and memorabilia celebrating Clemente. Here are some pics. Didnt mean to post off the topic of cards, but thought some of members on this thread would appreciate it.
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Nice 1955 Rookie Bruce. I attended batting school in Torrejon from 1977-1979. Lots of great memories there. There aren't many of these team issued 1971 Action photos cards out there. For what its worth there are 10 total on the PSA registry.
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Sorry for the double pic. It was scanned a few years ago and I am currently too lazy to dig it out and rescan them.
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Perhaps a little off topic, but its a great tribute to Clemente. I was recently in our local Dodge dealership in Daytona Beach, Florida. The owner of the dealership is from Pittsburgh and is a Pirates and Clemente fan. In 2107 he purchased the 1972 Special Edition 440 Magnum Dodge Charger, one of only 800 constructed, which was given to Clemente for winning the 1971 World Series MVP. He restored the car and its on display with a fantastic car cover and memorabilia celebrating Clemente. Here are some pics. Didnt mean to post off the topic of cards, but thought some of members on this thread would appreciate it.
Can you get some detailed pics of the restored car? I watched the auction happen that it was sold in and thought it would be so cool to do exactly what he did!!
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A nice companion for Bob's 57. The toughest of the Kahn's Clemente's in rarely seen condition (technically it's rarely seen in ANY condition).
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=edAJWMyGxZw

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Late to see the post. Thanks for sharing. I love how much detail they put into the car and the display. Befitting for a true legend on and off the the field. Great stuff!
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That '65 Topps is also top notch Rats.

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Gorgeous '58 Kahn's, Howard.

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Does anyone know: was he called Bob in his personal life? Everytime I see "Bob Clemente" it just looks odd to me.

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Another near impossible card in any condition - This is 1 of 2 highest graded. Bought it many years ago from John Rumirez and wish I could find more at many multiples of what I "overpaid" at the time!
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Sweet, Venezuelan!! I've yet to find that "overpaying" for a rarity was ever true for very long if at all.
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This isn't a card, but I thought it would be worth posting in the event a few of you didn't see this when I picked it up a almost a year back.

Note he signed it "Bob Clemente", and I haven't seen too many items signed that way, though I have seen a few.
Does that add to the value? I might not say that, as many prefer "Roberto" over "Bob". Certainly adds to the "uniqueness" though.

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1957 Cards/Pirates signed scorecard.

Signed by BILL MAZEROSKI
BOB PURKEY
BOB SKINNER
BUDDY PRITCHARD
DON BLASINGAME
ED KASKO
JOE TRIMBLE
JOHNNY O'BRIEN
KEN BOYER
KEN HAMLIN
ROBERTO CLEMENTE
ROMAN MEIJAS
VERNON LAW X2

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Bob - Some tough in grade beauties you are posting there!

Floyd - Super tough Exhibit - took an offer that I "couldn't" refuse years ago on mine and am still looking to replace it!

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Okay, so technically 2, but they are both tough high grade 1971 OPC's - both tough high numbers in any condition.
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Here is a Clemente with others from a 1962 Post Cereal Super Market display. And a photo of what the display looked like. But you can't see the Clemente in the photos. Note the display at the top of the photo
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One of seven graded by PSA, highest graded.
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Old 03-28-2021, 04:34 PM
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